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's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> it's the worst thing that happened in this city, certainly, since 9/11. >> millions in the northeast struggle in the wake of hurricane sandy. >> the death toll continues to rise as a result of the storm. >> more than 6.5 million people are still without electricity. >> very difficult day. >> new jersey certainly hit the hardest. >> itis sight of devastation that makes it look as if there had been a bombing there. >> rescue teams trying to go house to house helping those who could not leave on their own. >> trapped in their house for 24 hours now. no cold. no heat. no electric. a lot of them were just tired. >> it could take days before subway lines are running normal in new york city. >> you're the most popular guy in the city today, huh? >> yes, sir. >> wall street up and running today for the first time since superstorm sandy blew ashore. >> breezy point was absolutely devastated. it was completely leveled. >> we're just devastated from this. shocked. shocked that it's happened to us. >> governor romney is cautiously venturing back on to th
york city, the subway system could be closed for days because of historic flooding. our correspondents are on the ground across the east covering the impact of superstorm sandy. >>> we begin our coverage in hard-hit new york city. president obama has just declared a state of emergency in new york and new jersey. jim axelrod is at battery park in manhattan, which was inundated with water. jim, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. high tide has come here. at least in this part of battery park, the water is not threatening to come over the wall, which is at least one piece of good news in a city that is facing more than its share of trouble. superstorm sandy made landfall late monday. a wet and windy nightmare. >> we knew that this was going to be a very dangerous storm and the storm has met our expectations. >> reporter: actually, sandy exceeded them. around 9:00 pm the storm produced a record surge at battery park in manhattan, 14.88 feet breaching the sea wall and flooding the area. manhattan's waterfront seemed to disappear as the surge
with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> it's the worst thing that happened to this city certainly since 9/11. >> millions in the northeast struggle in the wake of hurricane sandy. >> at least 55 deaths are reported. >> in sandy's wake, 6.5 million people are still without electricity. >> very difficult day. >> new jersey hit the hardest. >> site of devastation that makes it took like there was a bombing there. >> rescue teams triangle to go house to house helping those who couldn't leave on their own. >> trapped in their house for 24 hours. >> a lot of them were tired. >> take days before subway lines are running normal in new york city. >> most popular guy in the city today. >> guess so. >> wall street will be up and running today. >> breezy point was devastated by fires. the area was completely leveled. >> we're what devastated from this. shocked. shocked that this happened to us. >> governor romney is cautiously venturing back on the kmain trail. president obama tied up with the storm. >> two major airports serving the new york area reopened this morning while laguard
a fire changed the city forever. a family stood up to drug dealers and their house was set on fire killing all 7. a decade later, what has changed. >>> ray lieu sis out for the season, what does this mean for the ravens? we will look at that, thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. let's get to a check of the forecast with lynette charles. things changed a lot over the course of 24 hours. >>> we had the rain in here and the cold front moved through. that's what you are talking about. we are brisk. temperature owings mills 47 degrees. we will have the winds picking up throughout the days out of the northwest, the north westerly wind is a chilly wind. 48 degrees now in monroe. dew points drying out, dew point 43. meyersville, last stop, temperature 49 with the dew point at 42, the winds northwest at 5-10 miles an hour. that's going to be the scenario for today. looking at maryland's most powerful radar, we have all the sweeps on scanning the skies to see if we will find rain. high pressure is going to do its thing, build in, we are
in to the city. as we check in and look at other drive times, 695, in great shape, no delays now on the outer loop from 95, up to 83, looking at the typical 11 minute ride. no delays top west side, you are going to be looking at an 11 minute ride as well on the outer loop from 795, towards 95. that's a look at the traffic. >>> coming up at 5:00, she has become the symbol for a better future for girls in a place where they don't have a lot of opportunities. >> a 14-year-old girl was shot by the taliban on her way to school, coming up. and work late, with not enough sleep in between. how you sometimes need to get over to that exit, like, right now. and how things aren't... just about you anymore. introducing the all-new, smart-sensing... honda accord. it starts with you. >>> owners of ereaders could be getting cash back, the refunds are part of a settlement in three book publishers, because there was a lawsuit that claims those companies concluded with the apple. no words on when the customers will see the refund. >>> nordstrom jumped in to the controversial same-sex marriage debate. the compan
canceled in the northeast. >> there's a mandatory evacuation. >> new york city all but shut down. there is no mass transit. >> i don't want to stay because i value my life. that's why. >> the big concern is the flooding. they are expecting a surge here of about ten-foot waves here in lower manhattan. >> it's going to be here soon. going to be here soon. we'll see. hang on tight. >> the weather threat is also blowing the presidential campaign plans off course with both candidates canceling events. >> who knew the october surprise was going to be a hurricane. we've had everything else in this campaign, why not that? >> and the giants have won it all! >> world champs baby. world champs. >> the celebrations are going strong in the city by the bay. >> the bars are closed in detroit. 2:00. what i got is a victory -- i'm a giant fan. >> to the end zone -- touchdown! >> out of bounds. the pass is incomplete. >> touchdown! new england. >> all that matters -- >> if you guys get in a fight when we get to the break, i'm not going to break it up. we'll finish it. >> this has all the makings for a devas
. >>> anthony bats wants to do it. all he needs now is the city council's approval. last night's confirmation hearing he answered questions and listened to concerned citizens, he's prepared to deal with the strained relations with police and neighbors in some communities. >> will work diligently to earn your trust. we will be professional, we will be courteous, and we will treat people with respect and expect the same in return. >> he is a former police chief and long beach, california as well as in oakland. he was nominated by the mayor and spent some time in baltimore in summer. the -- in summer. the council is expected to approve the appointment on monday. >>> and listen up because you may have overpaid the water bill and you could be getting some money back. baltimore city officials admit there's nearly 40,000 city water customers who paid too much for their service. they have since been refunded but that's not stopped one official from filing a class action lawsuit. fred con away is speaking monetary -- seeking monetary damages for those affected. it alleges unfair treatment from the cit
shore will be devastated. we will have record high tides in new york city. the only bright spot for new york city in this area is the fact that it has not rained a lot in the hudson valley. that rain will not force even the water to back up higher. this is a devastating storm. connell: how much damage are we talking about and how many days will it take to leave? >> tomorrow at this time, things will be leading up. the storm, and said of going by, will continue to move inland. the wind stays from the south and southeast. there will be people under water for 24-36 hours. you will see the storm gradually subside over the next two-three days. we will be lying around with cloudy, cool: julie damp weather for a few days around this. this kind of storm that is spread out, you have to understand that the energy of the storm is spread out through a larger area. new england sticks east. you are funneling everything into one area. the same thing happened in ike. it is a category two and i said no, bill, this will be a major hurricane for southeast texas. i knew the storm would tighten coming to l
to other chronic care facilities. some were moved to the cities seven shelters. all of these patients are safe and being cared for. there were no storm related deaths from any of the evacuated facilities. i want to thank the federal department of health and human services for sending teams to help run the special needs shelters. the shelters are intended for short-term use so we will be relocating these stations to longer-term facilities by this weekend, perhaps saturday. and -- three hospitals downtown had to be evacuated. one of the cities main hospitals had to be evacuated. that is almost completed good bellevue will now have to evacuate becauseeof damage it sustained. when they got into the basement, they realized there was more we are in the process of finding beds to move these patients now and i want to thank the greater new york hospital association for their help in the process of relocating patients. in the days ahead, we will begin consolidating the number of shelters. we have some shelters heavily populated and some that have a dozen people in them. it becomes problematic
to play at home. >>> and all public meetings canceled. we're going to tell you why the city chose to stop any further discussion about changes to patterson park. that and much more coming up on this thursday, october 4th. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. thanks so much for joining us. it is bright and early actually it's not bright at all. it's dark and early on a thursday morning. and you're probably wondering what do i wear and put the kids in? >> lynette you are saying a few showers in the area. >> yes. some very light showers in the area. that's in just a second charlie but the bigger story is that it's warm out there this morning. very mild. nottingham's temperature at 70 degrees right now. the dew point 68. and also those dew points temperatures close together, we're dealing with some patchy fog this morning in a lot of spots. 72 degrees right now in centreville. leave the coat at home. and even as you go into the afternoon you will not need the coat. here's frederick, dew point temperature at 70 degrees so we have reduced visibility coming in
and 70s again. dagen: left hook of the storm, the ride home untransformed hitting us in new york city. if anything, on the jersey shore, that is different than hurricane irene when we saw it. >> that is exactly right. the hurricane is pushing a hand of water up through. in the 1938 hurricane, it doesn't bring a whole heck of a lot. from the storm passed to the left, it does. 15 feet of water in providence, rhode island. imagine that. 3800 of an inch of rain. less than connecticut, all through the delaware valley, tremendous flooding going on there. the same type of thing. you see the 10 inches of rain around dc and the wind on the other side. dagen: we have breaking financial news. joe, we thank you so much biju breaking news on the stock market and getting it reopened. >> analyst speaking to fox business network. the nypd says it looks like a normal opening. that means when they say normal, that means they will have to let a testicle on the system. it will tested to confirm all this. they are saying that the testing continues, but they are saying this. arquette is running. all smooth
we will have live coverage of the parade. >>> good morning. staggering. entire cities and towns up and down the east coast unrecognizable in the wake of sandy. home after home submerged, police forced to carry out daring rooftop rescues in new york, while thousands of people are still stranded in new jersey. a striking view of the catastrophic damage live from above today, wednesday, october 31st, 2012. >>> from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," the aftermath of sandy with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm esgotry. it's one thing to see sandy's damage from the ground, but when you see it from the air it's truly striking. the magnitude of the loss is just stunning. >> it's sickening. right now natalie is over a helicopter in a dangerous situation in new jersey where another fire is burning. this has been a problem over the last couple of days. most likely that is storm-related. just north of seaside heights. f
city, we have one quick little shower that's pushing off to the the north and east there. and web they have one shore -- then we have one shore around sevenn that's starting to fizzle out as well. take the rain gear under one of the showers. they are very light in nature though. 70 degrees right now in arnold. that's another story this morning is that we are quite warm. quite mild. we can see the 70 for a dew point and also dealing with some patchy fog outside this morning. clarksville at 68-degrees with a dew point of 67 and we are quite humid as well. then right now we're at 74- degrees in easton. hour by hour forecast looks like this. by lunchtime mostly cloudy skies and 76 degrees. 82 and warm and we will get some sunshine in here as we head through the rest of today. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. patchy fog is a problem. >>> yes, lynette you will want to expect reduced visibility especially if you're traveling in red rick. really going to be bad there. slow down and turn on the low beams. we have a crash to tell you about
this morning. abc2 news sherrie johnson joins us live this morning outside of city police headquarters. what can you tell us so far? >> reporter: well, megan i've been working the phones this morning trying to talk with local police about what actually happened there and i'm in front of city police headquarters. still investigating this police involved shooting. take a look here, we just arrived from the scene just a few hours ago. and this all happened in the 1500 block of east landville street. this is near the oliver neighborhood a few blocks east of green mount cemetery. according to the baltimore city police twitter feed. baltimore police say the person who was shot was taken to the hospital. we don't know that person's condition just yet and the police officer in this case was not injured. now officers are releasing few details at this point but there will with media briefing later this morning. we hope to gather more information at that time and bring you the information as it becomes available. reporting live at city police headquarters, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> your electric
sounds like a disaster flick. a killer storm takes aim at big u.s. cities but this is real. >> this is very real. hurricane sandy is posed to strike the east coast within hours. it's already wreaking havoc. monster waves. high winds and authority ies are taking no chances at this point shutting down a number of flights, subways, and trains in the greater northeast and eastern sea board as well. >> we have team coverage on hurricane sandy in just a minute. >> but, first how about those giants? they are storming their way through the post season all the way to another world championship. >> got him looking. and the giants have won it all. >> they sure did. the giants completed the sweep of the tigers with a 4-3 winner in 10 innings. let the champaign go. most of the celebrations in san francisco were peaceful, some turned violent after the game ended. a number of fires were set in the streets of the mission district. kate is there now with the latest. >> she's checking the mess the fans left behind. there was debris in the street behind you earlier. >> reporter: it's still th
there and for the most rabid areas with chris christie, new jersey's governor and here is what. atlantic city is under water. you can see not only is the boardwalk, the famed boardwalk of atlantic city completely ruined but block after block after block hundreds and hundreds, and the first floor completely flooded. i am liz claman. count down to the closing bell begins right now and there is no closing bell because the new york stock exchange and the nymex and the nasdaq castillo's. the east coast trying to come back from the damage of hurricanes and the. every corner covered for you. when all is said and done it might be atlantic city that suffers the most. atlantic city underwater as presidents flooded out and that historic boardwalk which is a huge tourism focus under water in shambles. check this out. video from yesterday of the crane in midtown manhattan collapsing, simply folding like a matchstick. that happened at 3:00 p.m. monday. the crane is part of construction on a luxury condo building said to be the tallest condo skyscraper in manhattan when it is finished. 90 floors, still evacuated at
and west of baltimore city, some accidents have been cleared. it's bad out this. >> that is where you are seeing is falling this morning and in sliding towards baltimore, as you are driving around baltimore, bel air, don't be surprised if you see a couple of sprinkles out there. it doesn't pick up on the radar, the droplets are too small to handle. zooming in across the area, light showers and sprinkles towards the west of towson, and the east of towson. the heavier rain is back towards the west, we can see it around walkersville, frederick, i-70, damp this morning. it's wet out there, moderate to heavier rain falling down in virginia, middleburg, ashburg, hay market, i-66, this will push in to montgomery county, they are definitely in the line of fire of the showers that are going to work in through this morning, off and on showers throughout the day. temperature 63 degrees, millersville. where we are seeing the rain showers, temperatures are cooler this morning. let's get a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning, patchy fog and accidents. >>> good morning, as
not been released. detectives are scouring the city this morning in their search for this missing 12-year-old girl. d'naijah anderson never made it home from school on thursday and was last seen around the 1500 block of woodheights avenue. police are asking anyone with information to call 911 immediately. d'naijah is 4'9" and was wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt, navy blue shirt and khaki pants. >> emergency responders spent hours at a high rise on saturday in harbor east, training in the event of a terrorist attack. it's a full-scale elaborate exercise based on how quickly local emergency jurisdictions can respond to a terrorism incident with mass casualties. the scenario was designed to be as realistic as possible with victims played by actors and training mannequins. >> when i arrived. i met with the police incident commander and what happens is the police had a bomb, the bomb -- they had several bombs, devices, and one of them exploded. at that point it becomes a fire nowrtment operation because we have wounded civilians, structural stability to the building and possibly a fire. >>
in los angeles after holding two fundraisers in the city last night. he's got three more in san francisco today. and we learned over the weekend that the obama campaign brought in 1$181 million in september. the largest one-month haul of this campaign. 6,000 obama supporters paid at least $250 each to join the president at a star-studded concert in downtown los angeles. the lineup included katy perry, stevie wonder, jon bon jovi and jennifer hudson. president obama praised them all while poking fun at himself. >> and everybody here is incredible professionals. they're such great friends. and they just perform flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the same. >> reporter: it was the first public acknowledgment that his debate performance wednesday night might not have been the strongest. earlier sunday on "face the nation" campaign strategist david axelrod admitted the president wasn't completely happy with his showing. >> the president is his harshest critic. without getting into detail, i think you can assume that he's reviewed the tape. and it will inform -- it will inform how
, and destruction caused by hurricane sandy. you are looking at is the small new york city community of breezy point, queens, home after home, burned to the ground. more than 100 houses reduced to ash, breezy point, one of many east coast communities devastated. by the superstorm. at least 62 storm-related deaths have been reported since sandy made landfall in southern enginemenmentnewjersey. 71 pearished in the caribbean. and national largest city is still struggling to begin to recover. large swaths of downtown manhattan are still underwater. and battery tunnel is filled with water. there are no estimates on when it will be pumped dry. across the hudson, in hoboken, national guard there, working to evacuate 20,000 rez dent 20 rese been without power for two days, and streets emerged. and destruction along jersey shore, agonizing to rehold. the resort town, off limits tonight even residents cannot enter, hurricane blowing many of the million-dollar homes off their foundations. and broken gas lines. adding more obstacles to what will be a long-running recovery, 6 million people still in the dark acr
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from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: orhan pamuk is here, the nobel prize winning author of "my name is red," "snow" and the museum of innocence" has just had another novel translated into english. "silent house" was written in turkish almost three decades ago. it is set in the summer of 1980 in the leader of tuey's cup. fati is vised by her children. they enter into a deep darkness which is visible between the wings of the big front door. pamuk has also published "the innocence of objects," the catalog to the museum of innocence in istanbul which opened early this year. i am pleased to have this friend of our program back at this table. welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: we visited in istanbul, visitors are making us happy. everything is fine with the museum. >> rose: has everything changed in your life since i saw you? >> i returned back to my writerly persona. so in many so many programs i told you between the ages of seven and 22 i wanted to be a painter then. between 22 to now i'm writing novels but the dead artist in me came out, i planned this novel and
of the regime's constant aerial b bombardment is on the cities. they know they need a no fly zone or those weapons. because they're not getting them from the west or international community support, they're turning to extremist groups who are willing to step in and fill the vacuum. >> inkrcredibly important point. that's what many people in washington were concerned about. you have been on the ground, right? you just came back from there. do you think what happened yesterday in the news, that this is the first shot in what becomes now a wider conflict? >> absolutely. the region is on tender hooks in lebanon, turkey, jordan. i think everybody is watching very closely to see how the revolution within the country is changing, how it is implementing more extremist tactics, how people are becoming more radicalized. at the same time syrians would say do you think we want extremists to come in and hijack our revolution? of course we don't. but we're drowning and we asked you. we said give me your hand and you wouldn't give it to us. and they will, so we'll take it. >> every syrian activist with t
of multimedia news and information services worldwide. from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: evan thomas is here, an author, a journalist and a professor at princeton. he has written on topics including robert kennedy, barack obama, the ci and wise men in his latest book he turns to president eisenhower, thomas sheds light on aspects of eisenhower's personality that have often been overlooked, he examines how the president's tactical skill informed his leadership and his foreign policy, the book is called ike's bluff, president eisenhower's secret bttle to save the world, i am pleased to have evan thomas back at this table. welcome. >> charlie. >> rose: why do you call it ike's bluff? >> well, he was running a big bluff. he was bluffing with nuclear weapons. >> rose: meaning what? >> meaning ike's central insight was that he didn't want to fight any wars, not little wars, not immediate wars, he didn't want to fight any wars but the ways to avoid that was to threaten
see traffic just starting to jam and pick up. in baltimore city we have a crash on keith avenue at new vail street as well as fire on fleet street affecting traffic between broadway and register street. a live look now at the northwest side of 695 and old court road that outer loop extremely slow. that will continue as you make the drive down to route 40. fortunately therefore no problems -- there are no problems on the beltway from parkville to towson. the jeff going to be nice and clear. just that typical 11 minute ride right now to east fayette street. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan and charlie, over to you. >>> 6:33 right now. and here's some news you probably don't want to hear. you may soon be paying more to keep your lights on. the glove nor is proposing a dollar or two added to your monthly electric bill. you may remember back in july, tens of thousands of people they were without power for days, so governor o'malley he put together a task force and this is to come up with ways to deal with the utility companies to better serve their customer. >> most of us
around more of the city before we grab you here. how is the situation after the storm last night? >> doing remarkably well dues to the city prepared this and the state preparedness. they have done a great job building the infrastructure in order to withstand that tremendous storm we had last night. a historical storm. robert: you have been around a lot of these storms. how does this compare with the larger stores? >> the biggest one i have seen. i am new to this area. i don't think anyone has seen water lapping into battery park like a was last night and i had a chance to observe that last night at 10:00. we were trying to figure out where the water was going and that is part of the function here to help the city and the state with technical expertise how to get the water out of the subway stations and conduits. we are ready to help the city and glad to be part of the team that is really strong at doing what needs to be done for this situation. robert: the largest in at least 50 years as they have been keeping records. we know the restaurants here beside us, creating some damage
. chairman, this is a city where the ideas of milton friedman continued to get a lot of attention. one of our questions via twitter is how you think he may have viewed the federal reserve evolving role over the last five years. >> i think -- i am a very big fan of belden friedman. i was a colleague of his. i had many opportunities to speak with him. i spoke at his 90th birthday party. he was a terrific economist. very insightful. i think he would support what we are doing. one of the things that made his reputation was his work with anna schwartz about the great depression. they pointed to two basic problems. they pointed to the deflation, the overly tight monetary policy and they pointed to the collapse of the banking system. we took that very much to heart. we were aggressive early on. we did not allow the fact that interest rates were very low to pull us that monetary policy was just accommodated as it needed to be and we were aggressive, as you know, and trying to prevent the clots of our banking system. in addition, he very much supported providing enough liquidity to the economy so that
, new york. new york city subways remain shut down for a second day because of massive flooding. new york not the only place struggling to recover from a monster storm that is blamed for 55 deaths. ohio feeling the sheer force of sandy did. this powerful storm knocked down trees, snapping power lines, leaving hundreds of thousands of folks in the dark there. that is drop this the bucket compared to more than eight million who have no power. at the height of the storm. some as far away as michigan. a big chunk of the outages in new york. check out incredible video from huntington, long island. you can see as sandy rip as massive tree out right by the roots. this monster storm also changing the landscape of an rye conic part of new jersey, washing away parts of the jersey shore. look at that. a roller-coaster in the ocean now. before-and-after pictures of seaside heights. governor chris christie toured the area. he described the damage as unthinkable. >> literally the boardwalk at seaside heights is washed into the ocean. i saw a roller-coaster and a log flume sitting in the ocean toda
a 21-year-old man charging that he plotted to blow up the term reserve in new york city. officials say quazi nafis was arrested yesterday morning after a sting operation. he pack adavan with what he thought were ex-- packed a van with what he thought were explosives and tried to detonate it from inside a hotel room. that was fake. he's being held without bail. >>> in campaign 2012, president obama and mitt romney retreated to their respective corners ever the election ring. romney promised supporters in virginia he plans to win the swing state. >> i think it's interesting with two presidential debates gone, the president still hasn't found an agenda for his second term. we have an agenda and our agenda will get this country working again. >> it was part of an effort to chip aware at northern virginia which leans strongly toward barack obama in -- leaned strongly toward barack obama in 2008. >> governor romney continues to run around talking about his five-point plan for the economy. wait, wait, wait. don't boo. vote. >> president obama also listed his achieves in the war on terror in a
the upper midwest. >> we're excited. >>> sucker punch, camera inside a city bus. >> that bus driver becomes the target of an angry fare jumper. >> oh! >>> james bond made his big screen debut 50 years ago. >> back in england, everybody gets a day off. >>> bradford is going to go deep. and how about that? >> did you really need to call barack obama the president of the united states lazy? >> yes. >> and all that matters. >> he hasn't done this poorly since he debated clint eastwood. >> campaign and their supporters debated the president's poor performance on everything from the moderator to the altitude. >> on "cbs this morning." >> yes if he would shut [ bleep ]. >> [ bleep ] captioning funded by cbs >> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'donnell is in washington. jobless report just came out. it shows a growing number of americans are getting back to work. >> the numbers are much better than economists predicted. it's sure to become an issue in the presidential race. >> rebecca jarvis has the numbers and what they mean.
on long island just east of new york city for the second of three debates between president obama and mitt romney. the candidates will take questions from uncommitted voters-- 82 of those voters will be on the stage behind me. can the president use this stage to bounce back from what he admits was a bad night at the first debate. a night that turned out to be a game changer. after that first debate, the race went from dead even to a slight but steady lead for governor romney-- though within the margin of error. but now have a look at this. the latest gallup poll out today shows he has opened a four-point lead over the president, 50% to 46%. that is outside the margin of error. so a small but genuine and growing lead. and this was surprising today. gallup shows that in the tossup states that are likely to tip the balance, romney has cut deeply into one of the president's major strengths. he still trails mr. obama among women, but now by just a single point. we'll see if later polls bear that out. we have a team of campaign 2012 correspondents covering the debate and we're going to go first
into the city. here's harford road everything up to speed. just 11 minutes right now on the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. the west side nice and clear. but it's starting to build. you're locking at a 12 minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. charlie over to you. >>> you expect them to be safe this morning. now one county district says it's going to make some big changes to make sure your kids can be safe every day. abc2 news linda so is live this morning in perry hall high school and linda, what is this new policy they're putting in place? >> reporter: well, starting today every school resource officer in baltimore county will have access to a hand held metal detacting wand. in response to recent school violence. you'll remember the shooting that happened here on the first day roll school when a student -- of school when a student brought a gun to school and shot another student. they won't be used for random searches, only if they have reasonable suspicion that someone in the school has a weapon. the police chief says i
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